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St Mary’s University Moodle Login [August 2023]
If you want to login st mary’s moodle you will need the username and password of the St Mary’s University Twickenham London so get it from the University first and then you login to moodle.
- First open this webpage link mymodules.stmarys.ac.uk.
- Enter your username and password in the field.
- Tick on ‘Remember username’ option.
- Click on the ‘Login‘ button.
Forgot or Reset St Mary’s Uni Moodle Login Password
If you want to change or reset the password when you forget your password after logging in to moodle account, you can. For which you have to follow the steps given below.
- First open this Forgot Password Link.
- If you want to reset the password of Moodle by Username then you have to enter the Username used while logging in to Moodle in its ‘Search by username’ field.
- Then click on the ‘Search’ option.
- If you want to reset the password of Moodle by Email address then you have to enter the Email used while logging in to Moodle in its ‘Search by email address’ field.
- Then click on the ‘Search’ option.
To reset your password, submit your username or your email address, If St Mary’s University Twickenham London find you in the database, an email will be sent to your email address.
How to create and configure a Moodle assignment ?
When to use St Mary’s Turnitin Moodle, and when to use Moodle Assignment.
Use Turnitin IF: the assignment is text-based, and needs to be validated as the student’s own work and/or checked for referencing.
Use Moodle Assignment IF ANY of the following:
- Comprises multiple files of mixed type.
- Comprises multiple text-based files AND is to be marked anonymously.
- Uses Mahara.
- Is a graphic, video, audio or zip file.
- Will have multiple markers / markers allocated specific students.
- Is a group assignment with a single submission (e.g. one PowerPoint between 5).
- Does not require submission but students receive grades/feedback (e.g. practical).
Submitting a Moodle Assignment on St Mary’s University
- Locate your Moodle Assignment in your module.
- Check that the assignment is open for submissions.
- Click into the assignment inbox page.
- There are several steps to submitting your work, the first of which is to click add submission.
- Submit your work as a PDF unless otherwise specified in the Assignment Brief.
- When saving your work as a PDF, always use File – Save As…PDF – do not use the Print to PDF method, as Moodle Assignment may not be able to parse your work correctly.
- Drag and drop the file into the submission inbox.
- Then click Save Changes.
- The work has now been uploaded, but it has NOT been submitted. This is now sitting in the assignment inbox as a draft.
- To submit your work, first click Submit assignment.
- You will then be taken to the declaration screen, where you must tick the small grey box to confirm that your work is your own before you click Continue to submit your work for grading.
- Once you click Continue, your work will be submitted for grading.
St Mary’s University Twickenham London Moodle Grade
Allows configuration of inbox for separate groups, so students only see the inbox for their group or visible groups. Recommended separate groups. Must be used in conjunction with Group settings in the module as a whole.
- Grading method
Simple direct grading, marking guide, or rubric. If rubric is selected, you’ll be taken to a setup screen after saving to add in the rubric you want to use.
- Grade category
Only applicable if using in conjunction with Moodle Gradebook.
- Grade to pass
Only applicable if using in conjunction with Activity Completion / Course completion.
- Blind marking
Enables anonymous marking.
- Use marking workflow
Highly customisable, allows for multiple markers and controls when feedback is released.
- Use marking allocation
Allows multiple markers to be allocated specific students. Workflow must be enabled to use this.
St Mary’s Uni Moodle Mobile App
How to login to moodle app
Follow the procedures outlined below to access the St Mary’s University moodle app login.
- After reinstalling the app, tap either the ‘I’m a Learner’ or ‘I’m an Instructor’ button.
- On the next page, type the address of your school.
- You’ll be redirected to the St Mary’s University Twickenham London moodle page.
- After that, click on the sign-in button to access your moodle dashboard.
How to creating moodle groups on St Mary’s University?
Groups can be used to display certain content to specific groups of students, and not to others. If you are in a situation where you have multiple inboxes or discussion forums, you may wish to use these to ensure clarity of content for students.
- In the module you’re creating groups in, go to Course Administration via the cog in the top right-hand corner.
- Click Users > Groups.
- Click Create Group. Give the group a suitably descriptive name (Group A, Extenuating Circumstances, 25th March Submissions, etc.).
- Click Save changes.
- On the right-hand side, click Add/Remove Users, then type the regnum of a student, select the correct name and they should be added to the group on the left-hand side.
- Once you’ve all the students required for the group, click Back to Groups to move on.
- To allocate an activity to a specific group, when creating the activity, in the Common Module Settings menu, choose Group mode > Separate Groups.
- Visible Groups all students see all inboxes / activities is only useful if students will need to view each other’s work.
- Ensure you Save and Display in the bottom left of the Settings menu before exiting.
Contact Support or Email on St Mary’s Uni
- St Mary’s University
Moodle St Mary’s FAQ
How to not break Moodle?
- Learn how to add videos / images / tables on Moodle without breaking the page layout, this is happening more and more frequently and confused all users of the moodle page.
- Use the recommended Activity type and learn how to copy content and to remove ‘hidden code’ before pasting it into the moodle page.
Q. What is compatible devices in moodle?
A. You will be able to access moodle from any computer, tablet, or mobile device with internet connectivity.
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